Settlers Green continues efforts to shine light on the local art community by teaming up with local artist, Rebecca Klementovich, for a pop-up art viewing exhibit that will be displayed for the remainder of the summer.
The pop-up, which can be viewed at Suite H20 near Van Heusen IZOD and Under Armour, displays seven acrylic paintings, painted in a modern Art Pop style. It is part of a series of work inspired by the “Can We Talk?” mural, which is a 10-foot mural located near Francesca’s at Settlers Green. Klementovich painted that mural live, on-site in 2017. Klementovich refers to the series as, “When Warhol Died, He Told Me This.”
Klementovich’s work has become a symbol of the Settlers Green art scene. Her “Can We Talk?” piece near Francesca’s has been replicated on reusable shopping bags and Klementovich signed copies of her piece that were handed out in celebration of World Art Day in April.
Rebecca's work has also been featured on New Hampshire Chronicle and she was voted Women Artist To Watch in 2017 by New England Magazine.
After relocating from NYC to the mountains of New Hampshire, Rebecca has been redeveloping her painting style and color palette. Her work has been exhibited in a variety of venues including Newport Art Museum, Canterbury Hill Studio, and Patricia Carega Gallery. She will have an exhibit at the Rochester Museum of Fine Arts starting August 31.
For more on Rebecca Klementovich’s work or to purchase the featured pieces at the pop-up, visit www.klementovich.com.
Settlers Green has over six public art features. It plans to add two more pieces in 2019. Click here for a map of all art at Settlers Green.